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  • * Victoria County History *

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    Parishes Freefolk

    Parishes FreefolkFREEFOLK Frigefolc (xi cent.); Frifhoc (xii cent.); Fryfolk (xiii cent.); Freefolke, Frefolk, Fryfolk Syfrewast, Freefolk Sifrewast (xiv cent.); South Fryfolk, South Freefolk (xv cent.). Freefolk , which is attached to Laverstoke for ecclesiastical purposes, is on the River

    Parishes Laverstoke

    Stockbridge to Basingstoke in the south, and bounded on the east by Overton and on the west by Whitchurch and Freefolk . Through the centre of the parish from east to west flows the River Test . Here the ground

    The hundred of Evingar Index Map to the Hundred of Evingar

    The Parish Of Ashmansworth ; Baughurst ; Burghclere 1 ; Freefolk ; Highclere ; Hurstbourne Priors ; Newtown ; St. Mary Bourne ; Whitchurch ; East Woodhay The above list represents the extent of the hundred in 1831 . 2

    Parishes Overton

    founder of the Syfrewast family, the later lords of Quidhampton , for at the time of the Domesday Survey Freefolk or Freefolk Syfrewast was likewise held by Ralf son of Seifrid. 102 As early as the beginning of the 12th

    Parishes Whitchurch

    of the same name in the north in Cole Henley , which was formerly a leparate manor. Freefolk Priors represents that part of Freefolk which belonged to the priory of St. Swithun in the Middle Ages. It is situated on

  • * The History of Parliament *

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    MORDAUNT, Sir John (1697-1780), of Freefolk, Hants.

    John (1697-1780), of Freefolk, Hants. Constituency Dates Pontefract 7 Feb 1730 1734 Whitchurch 19 Apr. 1735 1741 Cockermouth 1741 1768 Ofifces Held Entered army 1721; capt. 1724; capt. 3 Drag. 1726; capt and lt.-col. 3 Ft. Gds. 1731; col. 58

    MORDAUNT, John (1697-1780), of Freefolk, Hants.

    (1697-1780), of Freefolk, Hants. Constituency Dates Pontefract 7 Feb 1730 41734 Whitchurch 19 Apr. 1735 41741 Cockermouth 1741 41768 Ofifces Held Page of honour to Queen Anne 1711, to George I 1714; equerry to the Princesses 1720; entered army 1721;

    HUNGERFORD, Giles (1614-85), of Freefolk, Hants and East Coulston, Wilts.

    (1614-85), of Freefolk, Hants and East Coulston, Wilts. Constituency Dates Whitchurch 1660 Whitchurch 1661 Devizes Oct. 1679 Ofifces Held J.p. Hants and Mdx. 1659-July 1660, Wilts. 1666-d.; commr. for militia, Hants and Mdx. Mar. 1660, assessment, Hants Aug. 1660-9, Mdx.

    FAIRE, Mark le (d.1417/18), of Winchester and Freefolk, Hants.

    this as in other respects, bought the manor of Freefolk, situated on the river Test to the east of Whitchurch. In 1412 his lands and property in Winchester, Southampton, Romsey, Freefolk and outside the county, in Wiltshire, were estimated as

    SOMER, Henry (d.1450), of London, Tottenham, Mdx. and Grantchester, Cambs.

    husband, Katherine held the reversion of all her father’s holdings in Winchester and Southampton, as well as his manor of Freefolk in Hampshire and land in Wiltshire. An inheritance worth £46 a year or more thus came into her hands

  • * British History Online * *

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    General Index, F, 01 July 1629-31 March 1631

    Richard, the younger Franeker Frankendale Frankfort Franklin , , servant to Lord Conway Cicell Henry Free , Richard, grant to Freefolk , co. Hants, document dated from Freeman , Alderman Francis, petition of Ralph, commissioner for sale of French prize Subscribers-only content

    Index, F

    his widow. See Hastings, Eliz. -, Peter, g. 597 (48). Frederick I. , king of Denmark (died 1533), 303 4. Freefolk (Frefolk), Hants, 1257 iii. Freer , John, 77 ii. Freman (Freeman), John, King's goldsmith, 573, 1026. -, -, letter

    Index, F, 01 January 1540-30 August 1540

    Freebridge (Febrege) , Norf., 600 (pp. 269 70). Freefolk (Frefolke) , Hants, g. 436 (39). Freemantle (Fremantill) Park , Hants, g. 733 (6, 30). Freeston , Peter, p. 550. Frefolke . See Freefolk. Freke , Edm., 393 (2): p. 554.

    Charles I - volume 176, December 1-14, 1630, 01 December 1630-14 December 1630

    county. The writer the only one. Humphrey Dolman, Roger Knight, and Thomas Nelson are recommended for the service. Dec. 6. Freefolk. 36. Sir Thomas Jervoise to Lord President Conway. The complaints of the poor so fill his ears with their Subscribers-only content

    Index, A

    Andalusia (Andolosia), in Spain, 670 (p. 273). Andrews , , 996. -, (Androys), Ric., letter from, 378. -, Ric., of Freefolk, 1257 iii. Androw , , painter, 914. Androwes , Wm., 318. Androys. See Andrews. Andwarp , Arth., g. 392

  • * British Newspapers 1600-1900 * *

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    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE. ,PRIErItMENTS A.D AriioNIr8aNIS. s Roy. W. Askwith, curate-in-charge of South Bank, 3 Eaton; vicar of Ugthorpe, Whitby. Rev. St. V. Beachey, Jun., rector of All Saints', Newtou-heath ; rector of St. a JohI-tL-Eriangelist's, Chaetham-hill-patron, the Bishop of Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    Knight, Esq., a: Chawton-hosise, eldest son of E. Knight, Ea. IfGdesatCe Kent, to Adela, dartghter of John lortal. Us., of Freefolk Pricesl Hanats-On the 3rd nsnt, at St. John's, Hampatead, James COtltn Powell, Esq., of Clapton, Middlesex, to Louisa, youngest Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    T HE C HA SE. HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. iWe should feel obliqyed by Mtfrsers of Hounds fo,'sarS-ieg us their Jfixtures, so as to arrive at the ofyAce e1b Friday 2nornhin. STAGROUNDS. Her Majesty's-Tuesday, Maidenhead Thichet; Friday, Adam and Eve, Hayes; Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    HUNTING APPOINTMENTS. We should feel obliged Isy Masters of Hiounds fOrtwa-diag us thoei fixturesi so as to arrive at the oeflce ou flriday msor-oing. STAGUOTTlRDS. Hefr Majesty's-Tuesday, Maidenhead Thicket; Friday, Adam and Eve, Hayes'; at eleven. Chelienlarn's (Captain West's)-WVcdnasday, Subscribers-only content

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    05or~dstire (South)-ltl'daSy, Brightwell; Friday, Stow Wood; at a qearter before eleven. perztstOutll', abs Earl of-Mfonday, Clerkengreen; Wednesday, Grenham C'emren; Friday, Freefolk Weood; Saturday, Iingsolere; at eleven. pj r;eiiry-dleaday, Sywell Village; Wednesday, Lilbourne; Friday, otldenby;t Saturday, Arthinworth; at a quarter before Subscribers-only content

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